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fireman_3311
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It's well into the new year, time for some 2008 pics!!! I pulled my 2 Cuddebacks from one farm yesterday, will get them set on another farm this week. Here's a few pics that I got.

Camera #1, over a mineral lick.
Nice fat doggy!!!

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Future Compton's world record???????lol

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This one'll be a dandy next year, fo sho!!!

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My favorite....2 bobcats!!! Need to go do some callin'!!!

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Camera #2, set over a scrape, and an intersection of 2 "logging roads".

Purty sunset!!!

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Sumpthin's squirrelly!!!

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Another kitty!!!

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And another favorite...First time I've ever gotten a pic of a Grey Fox!!!

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Very nice!
I say its time to break out the predator calls!

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Wow...awesome collection of predators [thumbsup] . I love those pictures...thanks for sharing them.

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wow holy crap that is awesome getting bobcats on cam. and yotes. Very Cool!!!!

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Brad,get your warm clothes out,cold weather comin this weekend. They'll be hungry for a poor injured rabbit,it takes calories to stay warm!!

That made me hungry!! LOL

I think the cats are partial to birds and come in real slow,maybe somebody here is a cat caller...... [thumbsup]

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Yeah Kenny,bobcats come in real slow. Set where you can see around you and out aways. If you dont,about the time you think nothings coming in and you get up to leave and there they are,and there they go. Also they like to come in and then just stop and sit down and watch,and watch,and watch. And yes the bird calls work on them real good,although cottontail in distress works too. Bob
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Thanks Bob,I've only called one in while deer huntin in Dec. Must have been mating season,I heard that mournful reeeeoww like a big tomcat,imitated it(I was bored),2 minutes later here he was.

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Is that a hog waller in the pic of the two bobcats?

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Nice pics. Brad. I would be doing some calling for sure. Nothing like calling in a cat.
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quote:
Originally posted by The Vanilla Gorilla:
Is that a hog waller in the pic of the two bobcats?

Nope, that is a 2 yr old mineral lick! Those deer have really dug that one out deep!!! Good place to set a camera!

Kenny, I was in me stand yesterday evening, and had a bobby come into 30 or so yds...those darn cats see thru camo!!! Was wishin I had me Sweet 17 with me...lol. I will be in that stand this weekend, fo sho!!! Gonna try a pair of turkey feathers on an electric fence post for a decoy!!!

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Hmmmmm,how bout a smallish turkey decoy? Nah,prolly be better off with the feathers!

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here are a couple from last week around an old apple tree...

this one I call ghost doe
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this one I couldn't quite figure out what the deer in the front was doing, until I realized it had a frozen apple in its mouth.
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this ones got a pretty good sized gut going on..
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